6:30 p.m.

Francesco Molinari, the defending British Open Champion, birdied four holes in a row and now has taken a two-shot lead over Tiger Woods and Tony Finau.

Molinari, at 13-under still has 17 and 18 to get through.

5:42 p.m.

Tiger Woods rolled in a 7-footer for birdie on the 16th hole to vault into a tie for the lead with Tony Finau, who is finished for the day and Francesco Molinari, who is on the 14th hole.

Woods has birdied three of the last four holes to get to 11-under. 

 

 

5:10 p.m.

It was just announced that tee times for Sunday's final round are adjusted due to the fact storms are moving in later. CBS will broadcast at 9 a.m. which is roughly the time the leaders will tee off.

Also groupings will be paired in threes and some will start on the 10th tee and others the first tee. 

5 p.m.

Tony Finau rolled in a birdie on 15 and is now (-11) up by two shots over Webb Simpson, Xander Schauffele and Francesco Molinari.

Aiken's Kevin Kisner is finished for the day with an even par 72 and is sitting at 2-under.

Rickie Fowler, Louis Oosthuizen, Brooks Koepka and Tiger Woods are all at 8-under and still on the course. Although Fowler is just about done after starting out 3-under, he's made up plenty of ground.

4:30 p.m.

Tony Finau broke through the pack with a birdie on the par 5 13th hole to move to 10-under. Currently, Finau is 7-under on the day through 14 holes.

Webb Simpson finished his day and is at 9-under along with Xander Schauffele and Francesco Molinari, who are at 11 and 9 respectively.

Tiger Woods is still at 8-under through 10 and he's joined by Rickie Fowler and Brooks Koepka.

Kevin Kisner has two holes left and is still even par for the day and 2-under for the tournament. 

4 p.m.

And welcome to the fun of the Masters. In the matter of one update, Tiger has birdies on seven and eight - just missing an eagle on eight - and is one shot behind Tony Finau, Xander Schauffele and Webb Simpson for the lead.

 Joining Woods at 8-under are Brooks Koepka, Francesco Molinari and Jason Day.

Rickie Fowler is just two behind the leaders along with Adam Scott.

Kevin Kisner has been up and down most of the day. After a birdie on 13 he countered with a bogey on 14 and remains 1-under.

3:30 p.m.

With everyone moving up, let's look at who's not moving up and it starts with Tiger. Woods is through six holes and is playing even par,  normally that's not bad at the Masters, but at 6-under, which where he started he was one shot off the lead, now he's three shots off.

Others off to slow starts who were on the leaderboard is Louis Oosthuizen who has back-to-back bogeys on four and five and is at 5-under.

Tony Finau has parred the last two holes and that has allowed others to catch up. Webb Simpson has had a monster day starting at 1-under and is currently 9-under with 17 and 18 to go. Xander Schauffele has birdies on three of the first six holes and he's at 9-under.

Brooks Koepka and Adam Scott are one shot behind the leaders.

Kevin Kisner is definitely among those not moving. He had a double bogey on 10 before getting a birdie on 11 and is 1-over for the day.

3 p.m.

Kevin Kisner rolled in a 23-footer on No. 8 to get back to even on the day and 2-under for the tournament, but he's still well behind the leaders who are beginning to tee off.

Tony Finau is on fire right now starting the day at 3-under he has four birdies and he just eagled No. 8 to stand at 9-under through eight holes. Finau hit a fantastic second shot 261 yards on the 570-yard par 5 No. 8 falling just 8 inches short of the hole for an easy eagle.

Just behind him are Justin Harding, Xander Schauffele and Adam Scott who all have moved to 8-under early in their rounds. And joining all of them at 8-under is Webb Simpson, who is on 15.

Louis Oosthuizen, Brooks Koepka, Francesco Molinari, Jason Day and Dustin Johnson are all at 7-under.

Tiger Woods is still at 6-under and he's joined by Rickie Fowler, Patrick Cantlay, and Matt Kuchar.

 

2 p.m.

Before the leaders tee off, we have some guys making some early moves.

Tony Finau birdied the first three holes and is at 6-under, just one shot off the lead.

After a bogey on the first hole, Rickie Fowler has come back to birdie the next three holes to go to 5-under and Patrick Cantlay who just added another birdie on 15 and is 7-under for the day and now 5-under for the tournament. 

Tommy Fleetwood has two birdies through six and Justin Thomas birdied the first hole and all of them are at 4-under for the tournament.

Unfortunately Kevin Kisner is not a mover. Kisner missed a 16-footer for par on the dangerous No. 5 and bogeyed dropping him to 1-under for the tournament. 

 

1:30 p.m.

Kevin Kisner had a nice approach to the hole on the 575-yard, par 5 and placed it 8 feet from the pin. But the slope of the pin placement got the best of him and he ended with a par. He also rolled in a 3-footer for ar on the third hole.

Kiz is sitting at 2-under for the tournament and even for the day.

Other scores of interest. Rickie Fowler bogeyed the first hole and dropped to 2-under and Bernhard Langer is still at 1-under through five holes.

Jordan Spieth, after a disastrous second hole is still 1-over for the day and even for the tournament.

But hey look at Patrick Cantlay, the 27-year-old Californian has birdies on 1, 4, 6, 9, 11 and 14. Yes, that's 6-under for the day and he climbed into it after starting 2-over.

 

1 p.m.

Aiken's Kevin Kisner hit his first tee shot of the day perfectly 277 yards in the fairway and his second shot was placed just 21 feet from the hole He just missed his birdie attempt, but did make par to start the day.

The biggest mover of the day so far has come from an amateur. Takumi Kanaya of Japan is 4-under on the day and 1-under for the tournament.

Jordan Spieth, who started the day with a birdie, had trouble on No. 2 and double bogeyed dropping him to even for the tournament.

Looking at who's out there on the course right now, how about 61-year-old Bernhard Langer, who made the cut. The 1985 and 93 champ is even par through two holes and 1-under for the tournament.

 

12:30 p.m.

Jordan Spieth rolled in an 11-footer for birdie to go to 1-under for the tournament. Spieth would have to make another monster run like did last year when he shot a 64 on the final day, but still fell short.

The course is starting off well and forgiving as 15 golfers are under par, which is about half the field that's gone out so far.

Bubba Watson is also one of those under par as he birdied No. 3 and he's 1-under on the day and the tournament.

Aiken's Kevin Kisner is slated to tee off at 12:45 and begins the day at 2-under par.

Among those coming up in the next hour to tee off is Rickie Fowler (-3) at 1:05, Justin Thomas (-3) at 1:25 and Bryson DeChambeau (-3) at 1:25. 

 

Noon

Here we go kids, ready for moving day?

So far among the big names on the course would be Rory McIlroy, who has birdied No. 4 and is 1-under for the tournament.

Let's quick reset: Five golfers begin the day tied for the lead at 7-under. Francesco Molinari, Jason Day, Adam Scott, Louis Oosthuizen and Brooks Koepka.

Just one shot back are four others including Columbia's Dustin Johnson and that Tiger kid.